Inlays and Onlays at Royal Mews, Southend
Inlays and onlays help to restore damaged or decaying teeth towards the back of the mouth. The cosmetic restoration is more aesthetic and long-lasting when compared with other tooth coloured treatments.
When teeth become damaged or decayed they will need to be restored. The damage can worsen over time and will affect your ability to chew properly. A filling may not be enough to provide the necessary protection and in some cases the tooth may still be relatively healthy, which means a full dental crown is not required.
At Royal Mews Dental Practice, we offer patients an alternative way to restore teeth that looks natural and will provide the required strength and stability. Inlays and onlays, also known as partial dental crowns, are usually made from a strong ceramic material that is almost invisible and has long lasting results.
We recommend you book an appointment so that we can assess the damage and advise on the best course of action for you.
All of our dental treatments are guaranteed for 12 months.
Please read our FAQs about inlays and onlays for a better understanding of the procedure.
The treatment provides the protection required to help keep the tooth strong for many years. The results are expected to last longer than other tooth coloured restorations.
You can expect the procedure to take at least two visits. The first visit is likely to take longer with an onlay as we have to take records, including impressions, to send to the laboratory
At Royal Mews Dental, we'll make sure that you're looked after every step of the way. Our friendly and professional team are happy to answer any questions you may have.